Parks & Rec News
Give joy to Sacramento youth with disabilities.
Your gift will provide youth with disabilities opportunities in sports and fitness, special events, camping, outdoor education, dancing, drama, arts and crafts. Services are community-wide, promote inclusion and social skill development, as provided by the Department of Parks and Recreation's Access Leisure Services. Your donation not only brings joy, but increases independence, social and communication abilities and well-being. Gifts to Share, Inc. is a charitable nonprofit organization supporting Sacramento park and recreation, educational, and neighborhood programs through the City of Sacramento and its community partners.
No need to wait until May 4 – prescheduled donations can be made now! To make a donation or find out more about Gifts to Share, Inc. just click on the link below. Thank you!
The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to invite the community to our Open House on June 3, 2:00 pm at Samuel and Bonnie Pannell, South Natomas, and Coloma Community Centers. We will have demos from some of our new and current instructors (Dance, Yoga, Zumba, Youth Sports Camps, Fashion for Fun Camp, Art, Show Biz, Soccer, Music). Additionally, there will be Games, Bounce Houses, Crafts, Face Painters, Food Trucks, Vendors and more!
Open House Flyer (PDF)
Do you need help with an issue or have a question about services? Please visit the 311 Service Center. Contact information is available here. Also, visit our Directory of Parks and Recreation Services.
City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation seeks public review and comment
The California State Parks Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division (OHMVR) requires that grant applicants notify the public of the opportunity to review and comment on all submitted applications beginning March 7, 2017 thru April 3, 2017. The City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation’s grant proposal will focus on park safety and law enforcement. Review the
application and provide public comments.
The City of Sacramento is Seeking Enrichment Program Instructors
Qualified persons may submit Applications for one, several, or all activities listed on the flyer. Applications are available at City of Sacramento Community Centers and City Hall, 3rd Floor. Electronic copies are available from Katherine Robbins at 916-808-1562 or email@example.com. For more information view the Enrichment Program Instructors Informational Flyer (PDF)